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Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2019 08:10:23 -0400
From: 'Paula Lieberman' via MassLep <masslep...>
Subject: Re: [MassLep] Whose eggs could these be?

There are (or were, I haven;t been there in months) some what I suspect
are beaked hazelnut bushes along the bike path next to the Oracle
building on the top of a hill in Burlington, MA, on the south side of
route 128 (go up Van de Graff road to the Oracle building furthest up it
(past the parking ), the bike path starts in front of the building and
goes down the hill).

On 6/20/2019 3:17 PM, Linda Graetz wrote:
> I found two eggs neatly laid on the underside of a leaf on
> conservation land in Lincoln, MA (Van Leer property across from
> Drumlin Farm fields).?? A colleague of mine ID'd the plant as
> Beaked Hazel Corylus cornuta.?? Evidently this plant is becoming scarce
> and it's an important host to certain leps. (hairstreaks?)?? I was
> focused on odonata that day, but the butterflies I noticed were
> skippers and Common Ringlets.?? I didn't photograph them. Any ideas who
> could have laid these eggs?
>
>

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